• Posts Tagged ‘strength of schedule’

    On the Waiver Wire: Brian Westbrook LIVES, Week 13 Pickups, and a Massive Collection of Advice to Get Your Team Right for the Fantasy Football Playoffs

    by  • December 1, 2010 • Waiver Wire • 0 Comments

    I hate handcuffing. I always feel like handcuffs are a waste of a roster spot, and I’d rather have a starting running back from another team than carry a guy who doesn’t play just in case my starter goes down. The backups are rarely as good or as big a part of the offense...

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    5 Reasons to Drop Sidney Rice

    by  • October 8, 2010 • Tips & Strategy • 3 Comments

    If you’ve stashed Sidney Rice away on your bench waiting for his triumphant return to fantasy football studliness, it’s time to drop him. Let him go. Let someone else burn that candle, sacrificing a roster spot for almost the entire season in hopes that he will return to dominance for their playoff push. You...

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    Drafting Your Fantasy Running Backs: The Details to Consider in 2008

    by  • May 21, 2008 • Culture, Player Rankings, Tips & Strategy • 3 Comments

    If breaking down the details for this year’s fantasy running backs doesn’t make you want to take LaDainian Tomlinson first overall in your re-draft league, I don’t know what will. Seriously, people. When you’re talking fantasy running backs, what separates the vets from the noobs is consideration of a few minor factors beyond how...

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